Pai Gow is played using tiles which are shuffled together then arranged face-down in four piles which are collectively known as a woodpile. Players then place bets and they, together with the dealer, are given a stack each from the woodpile. The aim of the game is to form two hands which beat the dealer's in value.
Brunei is a developed country in Southeast Asia famous for its stunning mosques and impressive Islamic architectures. The country is home to the biggest floating village in the world. Gambling is illegal in Brunei and players who get caught may be executed. If you reside in Brunei, you may not be allowed to gamble online.